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The General Assembly - The Cover Story
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Tue, Jan. 22nd, 2002 10:52 pm
The General Assembly

Last night I was up until 0130 coding a new website for myself. It is extremely nifty. Today I had Basic Water Safety first. We watched the Red Cross videos on first aid. Lots of blood and gore and guts and veins in my teeth stuff. I thought it was interesting that it didnt' really bother me. Apparently there is an advantage to being desensitized to violence. After Basic Water Safety came Applied Stats, where I handed in my first homework assignment. After that I rushed off to work. Coming across Institute Park was a bit interesting; the snow had drifted and the wind was fierce. I went to the office, and spent my hours there. I order Grandma and Grandpa's anniversary invitations. They came to some $38 more than I had available in my employee coupon, but I think I'll just eat that cost. It is, after all, their 50th Wedding Anniversary. Coming back from the 'board, I went straight to the GDC General Assembly. I presented Polemos Command, but nobody seemed interested. I also threw up the Workshops. There was some interest in that. What was really interesting was when Mike told me that Jesse won't be back next year, so the Vice Presidency was open. Of course, I jumped at the chance. I was thinking of running against Jesse anyways, but now everything was much simpler. Mike wasn't sure if he would want me or Oleg in that slot, so Oleg and I discussed it, and decided I would run for VP while he ran for Secretary again. Given nobody is running against me, I think I have it bagged. Darrius will be taking over as Librarian after my promotion. Also, I think I'm going to enter the housing lottery for campus next year. If I can get a single I'll move on-campus. It'll be nice to be out of our house and relatively on my own. Living at WPI is by no stretch of the imagination a living-alone experience, but it will be more freedom than I know here.

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